US National Institutes of Health wing focuses on antibody tests to crack Covid-19

Rockville Pike, MarylandJune 18, 2020The National Institutes of Health’s All of Us Research Program, part of the National Institutes of Health, will draw from its diverse participant base to seek new insights into COVID-19.All of Us will achieve this through antibody testing, a survey on the pandemic’s impacts and collection of electronic health record information.All of Us shall give data access to approved researchers. The … Continue reading US National Institutes of Health wing focuses on antibody tests to crack Covid-19

US Air Force boosts infrared threat cover with $151m Northrop deal

Rolling Meadows, IllinoisNorthrop Grumman Press NoteThe US Air Force has raised its infrared threat protection of aircraft with a new deal. The $151.3 million deal with Northrop Grumman Corporation will supply Large Aircraft Infrared Countermeasure (LAIRCM) systems to the US Air Force.The deal is part of an existing indefinite delivery and indefinite quantity contract.LAIRCM defends domestic and international aircrews. It detects, tracks and jams incoming … Continue reading US Air Force boosts infrared threat cover with $151m Northrop deal

Can India afford to embarrass Trump with Chinese troops inside Ladakh?

By Sudeep SonawaneSurat, May 29, 2020 Can India afford to embarrass, if not snub, US President Donald Trump?Upsetting an important ally while simultaneously dealing with China’s incursion into Ladakh, and border issues with Nepal over Lipulekh, Kalapani, Limpiyadhura, is a millstone India does not need around its neck.The Ministry of External Affairs seemingly did this on Thursday, according to a Press Trust of India (PTI) … Continue reading Can India afford to embarrass Trump with Chinese troops inside Ladakh?

Talks in June give hope for US-Iraq ties

Top officials from the United States and Iraq meet mid June for strategic talks. Photo: Leon McCarron. The US-Iraq talks next month may be the last opportunity to save the dysfunctional partnership between Washington and Baghdad. John Hannah | Senior CounsellorMaseh Zarif | FDD ActionMay 12, 2020The United States and Iraq next month engage in a ‘strategic dialogue’ that will discuss their bilateral relationship including … Continue reading Talks in June give hope for US-Iraq ties

Clearcut strategy needed: Sheikha Hanadi

Qatar News AgencyMay 31, 2010Doha: The Global Redesign Summit should brainstorm and spell out a clear cut strategy for global co-operation and sustainable economic development, one of the top businesswomen of the region said here on the first day of the two-day event under the aegis of the World Economic Forum.Leading Qatari businesswoman, Sheikha Hanadi bint Nasser bin Khalid Al Thani said in an exclusive … Continue reading Clearcut strategy needed: Sheikha Hanadi

Bloomberg’s new spokesperson of Indian origin vows to defeat Trump

New York, 7 February 2020 – Democrats’ presidential candidate Michael Bloomberg’s national spokesperson has vowed to help defeat President Donald Trump. This week Indian-American Sabrina Singh took charge as Bloomberg’s national spokesperson. She previously served as a former top aide to New Jersey Senator Cory Bookers unsuccessful White House bid. She has also served as a spokesperson for the Democratic National Committee. Singh announced Thursday … Continue reading Bloomberg’s new spokesperson of Indian origin vows to defeat Trump

British study hails late Sultan Qaboos’ foreign policy

Muscat, 7 February, 2020 – A British academic paper has hailed the Sultanate of Oman’s foreign policy of maintaining politically neutral stance to ensure peace and stability in the region. The study paper issued by the Defence Studies Department of King’s College London is upbeat on the Sultanate carrying forward the policy of late His Majesty Sultan Qaboos bin Said. New ruler His Majesty Sultan … Continue reading British study hails late Sultan Qaboos’ foreign policy

BP Oman’s Ghazeer projects hits home stage

Muscat, 7 February 2020 – The second phase of BP Oman’s multibillion-dollar gas development in Block 61 in central Oman is in the “final stages”, according to a top official representing the energy supermajor in the Sultanate, reports Oman Daily Observer newspaper’s senior journalist Conrad Prabhu. BP Oman President Yousuf Al Ojaili said this in a Tweeter message welcoming on Tuesday Ministry of Oil & … Continue reading BP Oman’s Ghazeer projects hits home stage

Women learn lesson on financial planning

Sudeep Sonawane, Surat, 23 January 2020 – Women should change the way they think about money matters and plan to invest wisely for their post retirement life, a financial expert told a forum here in Surat on Thursday. Speaking at the event Co-founder of Torin Financial Literacy Programme Preeti Chhabra Chug said, “Most women do not plan for their future and leave financial planning to … Continue reading Women learn lesson on financial planning